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Health Ministry drivers compassionate strike

Operations at health institutions were impeded as several drivers attached to the ministry of health refused to transport healthcare workers. The Civil Service Association which is spearheading the industrial action, says it’s a last ditch effort to obtain overtime compensation for the aggrieved workers. Health minister Alvina Reynolds expressed dismay …

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Happy Day land dispute

A business owner is protesting a court ruling in a land dispute matter in the heart of St. Lucia’s tourism strip – Rodney Bay.

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Popular bookstore robbed

Bandits have robbed a well-known book-store in the capital. With the back to school search for textbooks picking up steam, the proprietors say the break-in could not have come at a worst time.

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PWA reacts to Chakadan verdict

In the wake of the ‘unlawful killing’ ruling in the Chakadan Daniel inquest at the Micoud Police Station in 2013, the Police Welfare Association announced their unwavering support for the officers of Micoud station pending further adjudication.

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La Corbiniere responds to queries

The island’s national security minister says gang violence is the main contributor to the country’s homicide rate. Senator Phillip La Corbiniere says the police have been given a mandate to tackle gun crime and dismantle gangs in inner city communities in the capital.

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Cops get forensic kits but…

The forensic unit of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force has received a new tool to help solve crime. A regional security firm has provided a forensic kit to the law enforcement agency.

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Behavior modification training

The Ministry Of Home Affairs, Legal Affairs and National Security is holding a major two-week behavior modification program in Vieux-Fort. The purpose of the program is to reduce delinquency among young people.

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PWA calls out acting top cop

The Police Welfare Association is calling out the high command at Chester-Field. Cameron Laure has expressed consternation about the supposed lack of leadership during a period of adversity for the force.

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